SAS: The State of Insurance Fraud Technology

A study of insurer use, strategies and plans for anti-fraud technology.

Insurance fraud costs insurers tens of billions of dollars each year, and in turn increases premiums in all lines of insurance. During the last 15 years, insurers have invested substantially in anti-fraud initiatives to reduce their exposure to fraud losses. Such investments include the creation and expansion of special investigation units, civil actions against suspected fraudsters and, increasingly, the use of

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